Muna Khan

A slam dunk

A slam dunk

Redemption cannot come at the cost of victims. Published 14 Feb, 2021 06:45am
‘Where art thou?’

‘Where art thou?’

No one in Pakistan thinks the arts can yield dividends. Published 27 Dec, 2020 07:10am
The empathy files

The empathy files

There are many players who don’t want stories to be told. Published 06 Nov, 2020 07:30am
Foreign territory

Foreign territory

It’s unfortunate more Pakistani journalists aren’t writing their stories. Published 18 Oct, 2020 07:12am
Coming of rage

Coming of rage

What if people changed the way they saw anger? Published 13 Sep, 2020 06:51am
Pressing matters

Pressing matters

Consumers need to ask who is running the news outlets. Published 23 Aug, 2020 07:36am
AUTHENTIC MOVES

AUTHENTIC MOVES

Fawzia Mirza’s film Signature Move has great performances, comedic moments and is a reminder of how complicated familial Updated 11 Dec, 2017 12:16am
SPOTLIGHT: SIGN OF THE TIMES

SPOTLIGHT: SIGN OF THE TIMES

A rising star on the indie film circuit is a Canadian-American-Pakistani who is grappling with issues of identity Published 10 Dec, 2017 07:02am
FICTION: REQUIEM FOR DREAMS

FICTION: REQUIEM FOR DREAMS

Despite obvious differences, the lives of those who have made it in the world and those who want to make it, are not all Published 01 Sep, 2017 07:54am
The cult

The cult

The desire to belong, to find sympathy and understanding, can lead to dire consequences Published 04 Dec, 2016 07:35am
After saying I do

After saying I do

Fates and Furies is a novel that is somewhat reminiscent of Gone Girl, at the outset at least Published 15 May, 2016 08:21am